Priced to sell, this true SoHo loft features expansive living spaces and soaring ceilings in an unbeatable SoHo location.
Wrapped in windows to the south and west, this sprawling home is currently configured with two-bedrooms, a large interior room and a bathroom. The flexible, approximately 1,150-square-foot layout could easily accommodate your personal stamp to create the SoHo loft home of your dreams (see alternate floor plans).
Arrive in the welcoming foyer to take in the grand proportions of the open great room and kitchen. There's plenty of room for generous living and dining areas under nearly 11-foot-tall ceilings, and the handsome wide-plank maple floors and a bold column nods to the building's historic origins. The gorgeous windowed kitchen is well-equipped with new stainless steel appliances, industrial chic cabinetry and a large butcher block center island. Bedrooms are spacious and sunny, and there's plenty of storage space throughout the home, including a long row of floor-to-ceiling closets near the entry.
Built in 1896 and located within the SoHo Cast-Iron District, 141 Wooster is a stunning, historic loft building constructed in decorative cast iron, brick and rusticated stone. Today, the building operates as an intimate, pet-friendly co-op featuring an updated lobby, state-of-the-art intercom system and elevators.
Set on tree-lined and Belgian-block-paved Wooster, between Prince and Houston, you're at the center of coveted SoHo living with direct access to Greenwich Village, Hudson Square, Tribeca and the Bowery. Enjoy world-class shopping, dining and nightlife on all sides, plus tremendous access to transportation with N/R/W, B/D/F/M, 6, A/C/E and 1 trains all nearby.